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Oct/28 16:00 - Oct/28 17:15

Watch the replay here: https://youtu.be/PUsNGIJAE88



Join us to explore how the world of work is changing globally and what this means for the United Nations. 


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Thursday, October 28, 2021 - 16:00 to 17:15

Watch the replay here: https://youtu.be/PUsNGIJAE88




Check out the resources from this session at the Commons Resource Guide: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/commons

Learn About: 

  • Key shifts and trends for the future of work post-COVID, based on research and data from the McKinsey Global Institute.  
  • Explore what shifts are propelling us forward, and how do we leverage them to create a  flexible, motivated workforce. 
  • Discuss and consider what this means for the UN as an organisation, and how we work to achieve our mission.  

This session is part of our #BuildBackBetter series, designed to explore ways we can learn from what we have experienced professionally during the COVID-19 pandemic, and move forward together.

In this session, we will explore the key shifts and trends for the future of work post-COVID, based on research and data. While we continue to live and work through the pandemic today, there are many questions arising about what the future of work will look like at the UN and throughout the world once the pandemic subsides.  
What shifts are propelling us forward, and how do we adapt to them and leverage them to create a more productive, flexible, motivated workforce, as well as to better achieve our organisational mission? What is the research showing us about how work has changed through COVID-19, but also about the future and what we need to do to be prepared? This learning session will tackle these questions through interventions from speakers in the private sector, academia and the UN system.